Published on February 16, 2014
Being good at school is a ﬁne skill if you plan on doing school forever. Seth Godin, Lynchpin Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 1: Hook/attention grabber • “Being good at school is a fine skill if you plan on doing school forever.” (Seth Godin, Lynchpin)
are you good at school? http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/10687935@N04/3616922753/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 2: Hook/attention grabber • Congratulations on getting this far in your degree program and for being a good at school. p • In school each class runs into the next, each success is recognized with a new challenge to be followed by continued success, but in the work world success is not assured, in your career you will stagnate unless you learn to challenge yourself, it is time hotos
it is time to choose http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/59306007@N08/5434541912/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 3: The Big Idea (pages 78-79) • Students can decide right now if they want to merely succeed in their future career or if they want to truly excel. • I hope you choose excellence
ensure future success http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/36495803@N05/8474532085/ http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/43661283@N00/6117421227/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 4: What’s in it for your audience? Explain why your topic is important or worth discussing. • College costs big money but getting through college and out the other side is not enough to ensure future success. • Since you are not planning to do school forever do what can you do right now to ensure a fulfilling career. • We are told that a degree gives us access to high paying jobs, but does money plus education ensure your future sucess? http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/37753256@N08/4421990486/
I have been there http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/89116575@N00/3418257209/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 5: Why should your audience listen to you? Explain your ethos (personal experience, expertise, and credibility). • I can assure you that money is not equivalent to sucess. • I have been there. 15 years ago I graduated with a bachelors of science in pharmacy. I have seen life after college and it is not the same as college. • I have done the research to turn my career around and I want to share it with them (ethos)
help you get on your way http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/7374469@N02/4872889188/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 6: Call to Adventure (pages 38-39) • Follow my recommendations and you will be on your way to an excellent career. • no one likes a know it all • and some people want to make their own mistakes, I understand the need to fail • but failure is not always what you think it will look like, let me help you get on your way to excellence
success and excellence http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/67948231@N00/2666694947/ college and career http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/80928729@N00/215378811/ do it now http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/95672737@N00/7051186777/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 7: Preview the three main points that will support your big idea • 1) There is a difference between success and excellence • 2) There is a link between college and career • 3) What you can do right now.
choose success or excellence http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/67948231@N00/2666694947/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 8: Introduce and set up Supporting Point One • There is a difference between success and excellence.
success cannot be measured in dollars http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/7561127@N07/2288932018/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 9: Factual or emotional evidence • success cannot be measured in dollars • Last year I made over 100k in my career and I hated every working day. (factual evidence, logos)
Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere eﬀort, and intelligent execution. Aristotle Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 10: Factual or emotional evidence • “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives - choice, not chance, determines your destiny.” ― Aristotle (emotional evidence, pathos)
the link between college and career http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/80928729@N00/215378811/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 11: Introduce and set up Supporting Point Two • There is a link between college and career • I am not saying to skip college. There is a link between college and career • What I hope for you is that you will do college better
http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/44124348109@N01/4930439366/ spectacularly successful Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 12: Factual or emotional evidence • Story about how Bill Gates’ college experience helped him despite the fact that he didn’t graduate from college (factual evidence from by Richard Ekman, president of the Council of Independent Colleges). • “Some people believe they can bypass college and still earn a good income—the Bill Gates effect, if you will. Too much has been made of the rare college drop-outs who make good. Bill Gates is, indeed, a spectacularly successful entrepreneur and innovator, and also a socially responsible philanthropist. While it is truethat as a Harvard student, he rarely went to class and eventually dropped out, it’s also true that he was able to use Harvard’s computer facilities in the middle of the night and talk with faculty members he knew. People who knew him as a high school student in Seattle also had friends who were students at the University of Washington and gave him “unofficial” access to computing facilities. Like the occasional star athlete who makes it big, Gates is not a model for most young people. For them, college remains worthwhile long-term investment.”
it makes the diﬀerence Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 13: Factual or emotional evidence • :” The B.A., which has become a requirement to get a job interview, often has absolutely nothing to do with what the job requires. (But) the reality in today's world is that having the B.A. makes the difference” (from Charles Murray. factual evidence, logos)
do it now http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/95672737@N00/7051186777/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 14: Introduce and set up Supporting Point Three • What you can do right now. • You don’t have to wait, you need to practice obtaining excellence • What you need to do right now
problem-solving creativity expression team work Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 15: Factual or emotional evidence • : “Employers say that the skills they want in their new employees are those of problem-solving, creativity, clear written and oral expression, and the ability to work in teams. These are precisely the skills that the liberal arts teach and are emphasized in the small classes of liberal arts colleges.” Richard Ekman, factual evidence, logos
be a fantastic student Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 16: Factual or emotional evidence • Be a fantastic student, talk to your professors, meet people in your field and work with them, http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/31810320@N05/4560358711/
choose excellence, success is not enough Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 17: Call to Action (pages 42-43) • Call to Action: You have the opportunity right now to choose excellence over success, what you do now will affect your career
choose to explore http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/93452909@N00/7239296824/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 18: Summarize the main points • As students we can decide right now to strive for excellence, success is not enough. The choices you make now can affect your career. Choose to do the extra work, choose to make connections, choose to explore your passion. Choose to excel. Ask questions and bring new insight to your field.
choose your future http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/59306007@N08/5434541912/ Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 19: Restate big idea • Students you can decide right now if you want to merely succeed in your future career or if you want to truly excel.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotle Sunday, February 16, 14 • Slide 20: Clincher/new bliss (page 44) • “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” ― Aristotle • So choose excellence over success, consider what you do in college will affect the rest of your career, and start now
References Ekman, R. (2013). Myths and Reality About U.S. Higher Education. Vital Speeches Of The Day, 79(12), 392-396. Godin, S. (2010). Lynchpin: Are you indispensable? (unabridged). [Audiobook]. Random House Audio. Goodreads, Inc. (2014). Aristotle quotes. Retrieved from https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/2192.Aristotle. Murray, C. (2008, Fall2008). For Most People, College is a Waste of Time. Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association. pp. 36-37. Sunday, February 16, 14
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